We have a PA-5020 and configured a few AGG interfaces with subinterface; recently, we installed a SolarWinds NTA to get NetFlow statistics, but I am not able to get anything from this device.
I have created a profile and applied to the subinterface through which the Internet traffic goes, but it does not send any information to the NetFlow collector.
Also, is there a way we can monitor the AGG and subinterfaces using SNMP?
We do manage the device with SNMP through the management interface and I can see the physical interfaces, but not the AGG and subinterfaces.
Thank you very much.
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Could you please let me know the type of Netflow you have configured here.
With the exception of vendor specific variations of NetFlow, there are 2 different implementations of NetFlow:
The Palo Alto Networks firewall supports the standard NetFlow implementation.
I agree that the snmp polling option really should be there.
The obvious work around is to pull the data from the connected port on the switch where other network vendors do give us this data. (hint, hint to PA).
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